An official document attesting a fact, in particular:
a certificate of motor insurance
= game licence.
A certificate confirming that the holder owns an insurance policy.
An official document issued to record a person’s birth and identify them by name, place, date of birth, and parentage
An official statement, signed by a doctor, of the cause, date, and place of a person’s death
A certificate confirming that statutory fire regulations have been complied with in a building
A gift token
A certificate attesting a person’s good health, sometimes required when travelling between states or countries
A qualification achieved by taking public examinations of proficiency for secondary-school pupils. These examinations existed between 1917 and 1951 in England and Wales, and are current in New Zealand
A certificate representing the amount of stock or shares remaining invested after some of the original holding has been sold.
A certificate of having passed an examination or test.
A certificate stating that a goods vehicle has had a plating examination.
A copy of the record of a legal marriage, with details of names, date, etc.
A certificate from a doctor confirming the state of someone’s health
(In the UK) a document issued to savers by the government guaranteeing fixed interest for five years on a deposit
A certificate issued by a bank to a person depositing money for a specified length of time at a specified rate of interest
An examination instituted in 1917 and replaced in 1951 by the Advanced level General Certificate of Education, taken by pupils of about 18.
An investment unit entitling the holder to a share in the rental income of a property development; abbreviated PINC.
(In various education systems) a certificate showing a person has completed his or her time at school, sometimes requiring the passing of an exam or exams.
An examination set especially for secondary-school pupils in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland at Advanced level (at about age 18) and, formerly, at Ordinary level (at about age 16)
(In the United Kingdom) a document authorized by a government minister or senior civil servant which prevents specified information from being used in a trial.
Fuller form of CSE.
An examination set especially for secondary-school pupils of about age 16 in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland
A document certifying that a vehicle has passed the MOT test
In the U.K. and the Republic of Ireland: a certificate detailing an employee's gross pay, National Insurance contributions, and tax paid for the year, issued to the employee at the end of each financial year (more fully P60 form, P60 certificate).
A person with a relatively small amount of savings; in later use frequently in small saver certificate (US): a certificate of deposit with no minimum deposit requirement.